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Sadownik, S.A. (2022). Social Surveillance, Vigilantism, and Revenge Porn Hiring Decisions in Canada .pdf (233.79 kB)
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SOCIAL SURVEILLANCE, VIGILANTISM, AND REVENGE PORN HIRING DECISIONS IN CANADA

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posted on 30.03.2022, 20:24 by Stephanie SadownikStephanie Sadownik

This paper is informed by qualitative research for ethics with emerging and disruptive technologies and ethical dilemmas considering potential areas of concern related to the ability or inability of schools to conduct surveillance on teachers, further noting heterosexual male difficulties with sexual identity in teaching as a cause for a lack of representation, speculation and work place harassment (Martino & Berrill, 2007; Martino, 2008; Parr & Gosse, 2011). From a security and professional standpoint and to remove threat and workplace distractions, exists a requirement for teachers to turn off all location settings (Corriero & Tong, 2016; Jung & Park, 2018; Pooley & Boxall 2020; Qin et al., 2014; Solis & Wong, 2019; Sumter & Vandenbosch, 2019) on their cell phones while at school and a responsibility to monitor personal devices inviting an unparalleled perspective into workplace and social surveillance for moral exemplars and generalized ideas about sexual health in schools.

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stephanie.sadownik@utoronto.ca

Lead author country

Canada

Lead author job role

Higher Education Lecturer

Lead author institution

University of Toronto

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University of Toronto research ethics board

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